“Pilgrim’s Progress” : THE OIC,The Organization of the Islamic Conference

Valiant-for-truth“Pilgrim’s Progress” : THE OIC, The Organization of the Islamic Conference


“The OIC is the second-largest intergovernmental organization in the world after the United Nations. The OIC declaims they have authority to represent all Muslims, even those who live in non-Muslim countries, like the United States. In 2005, this very influential Islamic organization published a 10-year plan of action, in 2005, to implement Shariah-based speech code requirements worldwide.” -Michele Bachmann (9/14/2012)

Full Speech :

Welcome Message by H. E. Ambassador Slimane CHIKH


Since  its inception on 25 September 1969, the OIC has acquired a rich experience in  the international scene and more precisely within multilateral institutions.  Representing 57 member States, the OIC has a considerable weight within these  institutions where it makes others listen to the voice of the Islamic Umma and  presents the image of moderate Islam, tolerant, open to dialogue and bearing  the message of peace, harmony and solidarity between men. It is on this note  that the OIC works towards the promotion of Human rights, cooperation between  States and peoples and access to modernity for the Umma within the respect of  their cultural and civilizational values.

The  office of the OIC’s action, falls within this framework and is the  representation of the General Secretariat to the United Nations offices in  Geneva and Vienna. It is also the Secretariat of the group of OIC member States  in these two capitals and assumes the role of observer to all organs within the  United Nation system, to other international organisations and NGOs as well.

The  activities of the OIC and its representation in Geneva and Vienna are  transmitted via this website which I hope meets the demand for useful and up to  date information, requested by all those interested in the actions of the OIC.


The OIC: Quietly Islamizing the West

Posted on January 8, 2013 by

imagesCA5SCGM8by Baron Bodissey

The of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation is the polite face of the Great Jihad. It represents the entire Islamic community, Sunni and Shi’ite, and acts as the political arm of the Ummah. It is in essence the nascent global Caliphate.

Professor Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu is the Secretary General of the OIC. He epitomizes those characteristics that Islam prefers to display to a gullible Western public. He is urbane, well-educated, soft-spoken, and eminently reasonable.

Below are excerpts of an interview in Arabic with Prof. İhsanoğlu. It took place in Jeddah in November 2012, and appeared on Saudi TV just after the U.S. elections. In it the professor discusses the OIC’s ten-year plan for eradicating the slander of Islam in Western countries, and presents the usual taqiyyah about what Islamic law actually means to women, dissidents, and non-Muslims.

Dr. İhsanoğlu also confirms what I have long contended in this space: the OIC and the Muslim Brotherhood object to violent terrorist factions within Islam not because the objectives of those groups are wrong, but because they are counter-productive. Islamic violence against infidels tends to waken the kuffar from their slumber and arouse their resistance. Therefore, with an eye on the long-term goal, it is to be avoided.

The OIC believes it can accomplish the same end — the establishment of the World Caliphate — without detonating any bombs or slitting even a single infidel throat.

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Some samples from the interview:

…the most important point here is that we have succeeded in the period since 2005 (the publishing of the Danish cartoons) succeeded internationally in that we issued reports from the Human Rights Council of the UN on how to deal with such issues… and these reports we have adopted in agreement with the US and European countries that were objecting to these reports.

…At this moment we have the resolution 16/18 which was issued last year at the UN which forms a legal groundwork for criminalising such actions that could lead to violence… there is in the international agreement for civil and political rights (year 1966 paragraph 18) A provision that would allow us to put limits on the misuse of freedom of speech including misuse of freedom of the press, freedom of thought, the misuse of these freedoms towards others, in a sense that it would encourage to violence and to hatred based on religious belief. We have these legal bases… bases that existed for some time and new bases that we developed and the international community accepts; all we are now missing is some steps that would allow enforcement of these laws.


… there is indeed cooperation between us and the U.S. government, there is a cooperation with the Islamic Development Bank, and it is one of the OIC foundations… There is cooperation between us and the Bill Gates Foundation.

People who are preoccupied with what Obama does, or what Cameron does, or what Gillard does — or even with what Anjem Choudary and Imam Rauf do — are missing the center of the action. The most crucial components of the plan to Islamize the West were conceived in conferences and meetings within the OIC. They are being implemented continuously and quietly — and successfully.

For video and transcript go to Gates of Vienna

See also:

Threat to Free Speech (counterjihadreport.com)


About OIC


The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is an international organization grouping fifty seven States which have decided to pool their resources together, combine their efforts and speak with one voice to safeguard the interests and secure the progress and well-being of their peoples and of all Muslims in the world.
The Organization was established in Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco, on 12 Rajab 1389H (25 September 1969) when the First meeting of the leaders of the Islamic world was held in the wake of the criminal Zionist attempt to burn down the Blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque on 21 August 1969 in the occupied city of Al-Quds.

Under the Charter, the Organization aims to:

1. Strengthen:

a) Islamic solidarity among Member States;
b) Cooperation in the political, economic, social, cultural and scientific fields;
c) The struggle of all Muslim people to safeguard their dignity, independence and national rights.
2. Coordinate action to:
a) Safeguard the Holy Places;
b) Support the struggle of the Palestinian people and assist them in recovering their rights and liberating their occupied territories.
3. Work to:
a) Eliminate racial discrimination and all forms of colonialism;
b) Create a favourable atmosphere for the promotion of cooperation and understanding between Member States and other countries.
The Charter also enumerates the principles governing OIC activities, namely:
1. Full equality among Member States;
2. Observation of the right to self-determination and non-interference in the internal affairs of Member States;
3. Observation of the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of each State;
4. The settlement of any dispute that might arise among Member States by peaceful means such as negotiations, mediation, conciliation and arbitration;
5. A pledge to refrain, in relations among Member States, from resorting to force or threatening to resort to the use of force against the unity and territorial integrity or the political independence of any one of them;

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OIC Committees and Bodies

In order to coordinate and boost its action, align its stands, and achieve concrete results in various fields of cooperation, political, economic, cultural, social, spiritual and scientific among Member States, the OIC Summit and Ministerial Conferences have created different committees including:
— The Al-Quds Committee — The Standing Committee for Information and Cultural Affairs (COMIAC), — The Standing Committee for Economic and Trade Cooperation (COMCEC), — The Standing Committee for Scientific and Technical Cooperation (COMSTECH), — The Islamic Commission on Economic, Cultural and Social Affairs.

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Secretaries General of the OIC

His Royal Highness Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, Malaysia 1970 – 1973

His Excellency Hassan Al-Touhami, Egypt 1974 – 1975

His Excellency Dr. Amadou Karim Gaye, Senegal 1975 – 1979

His Excellency Habib Chatty, Tunisia 1979 – 1984

His Excellency Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada, Pakistan 1985 – 1988

His Excellency Dr. Hamid Algabid, Niger 1989 – 1996

His Excellency Prof. Dr. Azeddin Laraki, Morocco 1997 – 2000

His Excellency Abdelouhed Belkeziz, Morocco 2001-2004

His Excellency Ekmelledin Ihsanoglu, Turkey 2005

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Organization of the Islamic Conference’s Subsidiary Organs, Specialised and affiliated institutions

The secondary organs and institutions working toward the achievement of the OIC objectives, cover cultural, scientific, economic, legal, financial, sports, technological, educational, media, vocational, social and humanitarian areas. Depending on their degree of autonomy vis-à-vis the parent organization,they are classified as subsidiary organs, specialized institutions and affiliated institutions.


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